Swainson’s Thrush - 12
Gray Catbird - 3
Tennessee Warbler - 2
Here is a young male (hatching year) Common Yellowthroat. Since his mask is starting to show the bird can be called a male. A hatching year Common Yellowthroat without any black molting in can only be called unknown which really bums me out. The bird could/can still be in the process of molt so juvenile Common Yellowthroats all appear like females until they molt into their basic plumage.
The winds look favorable for the tomorrow if the rain gets out of here.
Looking forward to a good day of birds!